Minor in Esports & Gaming Administration
Gaming is more than just a hobby — it’s one of the most lucrative industries in technology.
Break into the games industry.
From players to programmers, the gaming industry is booming and needs business-minded leaders. Gaming Administration professionals need a lot of expertise: not just tech and business, but a solid understanding of games and gaming culture as well.
- Dr. Keith Christy: Associate Business Professor, Adrian College.
- Unity: Unity is the world’s most-used game engine. It powers 50% of Mobile games and 60% of Augmented Reality and Virtual Reality content. The Unity engine is intended to be readily accessible, low-cost, and powerful. The bulk of the LCMC game development courses were developed using materials provided by Unity.
- IGDA: The IGDA (International Game Developers Association) is a nonprofit professional association whose stated mission is to “support and empower game developers around the world in achieving fulfilling and sustainable careers.” The Esports & Gaming Administration major, as well as the Game Development major, were developed with significant input from the IGDA’s Game Education Chair, Suzanne Freyjadis, and conforms to the IGDA 2020 curriculum framework as closely as possible.
Offered alongside 12 other Business degrees, Adrian College will give you the fundamentals to be a well-rounded professional and the Esports skills to give you an edge in a growing industry.
- 85%: 2019 Esports job growth
- 240K: Jobs in gaming
- 454mm: Esports Viewership
Why study Esports and Gaming Administration
Very few schools offer a focus on the business side of the games industry. Stand out in a growing sector.
Work and Play
Learn about the whole picture — development, distribution, even trade shows.
Built by the best
We consulted industry professionals to find out what skills are most needed for entry-level professionals.
The traditional college experience. Enhanced.
Earn your degree at Adrian College while taking select online courses in your field of study. Courses are designed by top academic minds and industry leaders, and then taught by faculty in small class environments.